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Report criticizes oil, gas oversight by state board

By Matthew Berger

The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission has not able to keep up with a growing workload, causing the number of inspections of oil and gas well sites in Colorado to decrease even as the number of wells increases, claims a report issued ...

Former legislator Teck is finalist for GarCo manager job

By Dennis Webb

Former state senator and Mesa County assessor Ron Teck has been named a finalist to become Garfield County manager. Garfield commissioners narrowed their choices to five candidates Monday, and the five were announced Tuesday morning. Teck ...


Bringing museums to life

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Museums have always embodied a recognition of the past. The Museum of Western Colorado is striving to make them a place where visitors can mark the present and ensure its facilities remain desirable and viable well into the future. Out from ...

Winter leaves Grand Valley high and dry

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Spring made its earliest arrival Tuesday since 1896 — so early, in fact, it was actually Monday night here in the Grand Valley — but local residents can be forgiven if they think the valley skipped the winter season ...

CMC offers digital media program

By Dennis Webb

Steve Jobs biographer Walter Isaacson remembers the late Apple founder taking Isaacson to his old high school. There, Jobs predicted that everything from high schools to community colleges to research universities would have new media ...

Companies cited for support of citizen soldiers

By Staff

Three Grand Junction companies were nominated by employees for recognition for the Employer Support Freedom Awards from the U.S. Department of Defense. Colorado West Regional Mental Health Center, JG Management Systems Inc. and Newpark ...

Fracking study warns of air pollution threat

By Dennis Webb

Researchers say Garfield County data suggest people living close to hydraulic fracturing by energy companies face a higher risk of health problems from air pollution. Researchers at the Colorado School of Public Health at the University of ...

State revenue forecast improves

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Despite a rise in the state’s unemployment rate, Colorado’s economy is going gangbusters, state economists said Monday. As a result, the Colorado Legislature will see a $600 million rise in state revenue for next ...

Airport Authority adopts new policies

By Amy Hamilton

Members of the Grand Junction Airport Authority board ushered in two new policies Monday night concerning open records and ethics during their regular meeting. The Airport Authority previously did not have policies regarding public records ...

High Country Orchards can host weddings

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An East Orchard Mesa fruit orchard likely will more regularly host weddings and other social gatherings after the Mesa County Commission on Monday unanimously granted a conditional-use permit to the owners. The permit allows High Country ...

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